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Below are the studies lacking replication with geographical origin of data Zambia.


Below are the replicated studies with geographical origin of data Zambia.

Below are the replications with geographical origin of data Zambia.

  • Nicholas Hein, Danstan Bagenda, Jiangtao Luo. PEPFAR and adult mortality: a replication study of HIV development assistance effects in Sub-Saharan African countries (3ie 2018).
    JEL codes: -. Methods: Difference in differences (DID) Software: SAS
    Data unavailable; Readme availability unknown; Code available (other site)
    Replicated study: Eran Bendavid, Charles Holmes, Jay Bhattacharya, Grant Miller. JAMA 2012.
    JEL codes: -. Keywords: Health, Health services, HIV and AIDS, Preventive health and health behavior, PEPFAR, Development assistance, Adult mortality
    Data: Available (mostly). Type: reproduction (new methods). Result: successful. Call into question: no. Replication authors statement: -.
  • Eric W. Djimeu. When to start ART?: A replication study of timing of antiretroviral therapy for HIV-1-associated Tuberculosis (3ie 2018).
    JEL codes: -. Methods: Kaplan-Meier estimator Software: SAS
    Data unavailable; Readme availability unknown; Code available (other site)
    Replicated study: Diane V. Havlir, Michelle A. Kendall, Prudence Ive, Johnstone Kumwenda, Susan Swindells, Sarojini S. Qasba, Anne F. Luetkemeyer, Evelyn Hogg, James F. Rooney, Xingye Wu, Mina C. Hosseinipour, Umesh Lalloo, Valdilea G. Veloso, Fatuma F. Some, N. Kumarasamy, Nesri Padayatchi, Breno R. Santos, Stewart Reid, James Hakim, Lerato Mohapi, Peter Mugyenyi, Jorge Sanchez, Javier R. Lama, Jean W. Pape, Alejandro Sanchez, Aida Asmelash, Evans Moko, Fred Sawe, Janet Andersen and Ian Sanne, Peterman. NEJM 2011.
    JEL codes: -. Keywords: Health, HIV and AIDS, Tuberculosis
    Data: Available (mostly). Type: reproduction (new methods). Result: partially successful. Call into question: partly. Replication authors statement: -.

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